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,' ' -vIsbUob of tk Rock Ialaod i jet of Conmerc will t f 4 mdT cniag, at which i meeting of the entire nem iif baa been called. Tba meet t wtir b convened A t o'clock :k Chamber of Commerce rooms. will bring together all thoee ifcsTe tigned application! for benbip. v tfuiinees to be attended to te i-Aea adoption of constitution and and -election of officers to told over until the regular elec Utt in January. General JolllQc 3H$ will also prevail ver,tae suc (Mi of fte campaign. ' - ' i f13 wU1 11,6 nrst PPort'1,,ity oftbose who signed memberships w i, t together. The organization ;!cmHtee urges that everyone be f sresent who is entitled to, in order that a rousing start mar be given -;iht Chamber.. ' , IS -Willlmm Diekaoa aad ttra. Ckmtfm Bnadeotart Mnei frlday wftk rehttrvee fra tbo eomtry, nia the ear at the Gas Berg aome aoU of town. unto atagdaltM and . DrasUU Kooh were pleaaaatly rarpriea Sat. unlay, when K tt their Bttle friends had been inYitsai ta tka home of their tut. Mrs. William Brandenburg, to holp them cele- brata their Urtbdays. Magdaleaei waa the 24th of Saotaenherr and DraaMltv will be T Oct 6. Detldous rareanmcnu were sorrad after the gamea. .. The little ladle received many, nice gifts. ...-v. Members of the C. C. W. clnb held a wiener roast Friday Bight at lock No. 31. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cras ser acted as chaperones for the young folks. Mrs. John Campbell was pleas antly surprised by 25 relatives, who came with well filled haakaU Tues day evening aa a farewell call be fore Mrs. Campbell left for an ex tended visit with her parents in Blair. Neb. Ice cream and cake was served, vy i-,: jr. f . Clarence Brooker and family moved to Rock Island on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zeimer and daughter of Rock Island called on their mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Zei mer,. and brother, David, Sunday. Tom Farden. of West Lebanon. Ind., is visiting at the home of his niece, Mrs. George G. Sydnor. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Diseron and son Garland, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wakefield of Rock Island earfertiiaed at tkt kew of their brotter, R. fc Dlseroa. flu day, la Ue avemiac ty were Joined by Mr. aad Mrs. Baas Terr aad daaghtor of MoHae and Mr. and Mrs. John Jones of KubvOK I1L Mr. and Mrs. Joaea are the step-pareats of Mr. Dlseroa. , Mrs. Bert UeBayaolda of . Bla worth. Til, retarwed home Monday, after a week syeat viskiag at the of her brother, Frank The-ISeefeldt. aalL and other reiaUves. Kiss Dorothy SeafeMt was pain fully boraed about the face, neck and can Saturday, when the kero sene stove she was lighting ex ploded. ; Mias Seefeldt to the man. est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mrs. LneJla. Kmm lf . v-rf noma in MarsoaUtown, Iowa, Sun day morning, after a week spent at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Steckmaa. Mrs. Steckmaa, who ha bees, quite ill. Is reported aa some better. Dr. L H. Rathbna of Baring Val ley, cam 8nnday and spent the day at the horn of his aister-tn-law, Mrs. Mary Rathban. and also earn to meet bis twin sister, Mrs. William GUmore. of Moatenma, Iowa, who with bar husband to vis iting at tba Rathban homo. Mr. Gil mare being b brother-in-law of Mra. Ratbbua. ';.;.-; Mrs. Eva Grey returned home Wedneeday Bight tram a two months' visit with friends aad rel- attvea ta nospastoa. DX, aad 1: Tlltoga, M. , " ' Charles Walker to hotae fcrCi. Louis, where he U employed s ( -,;. traction work, taking an av . 1 vacation owing to an injury to V I left band, the result of a fall wt engaged at bis work, v s.xJt V The Erie Pythian Sisters' lodge ntertalned the Prophetstown lodge n i Friday. ' There were two see jIobs. one in the afternoon, at hi'h time one candidate, Emory Jrooks' was Initiated, after which picnic supper was served. 7 The etenlne .was spent in a general social way, including dancing and cards. About one hundred were ' present to enjoy the day. Harry l nomas nas racaiea me louse be recently sold to Mr. and fbarlcs Feaster, and has gone to Morrison, 111., where he will make 1 in home with his mother, Mrs. V. ' K. Thomas, to care for her. Mr. witl Mrs. Feaster will move into : , their new home about the first of iOrtober. , ' ('Jamie Howard, who Is employed lyjlhe Mqline Tractor company,. is r-,'1"0" ?U1 TSSS? j ' 7 . l . i tn tissue and nerres t a normsJ, conai- pepding a few weeks vacation at I Uon,nd lhe ibiBf you kBom roa m the home of bis parents, Mr. and tuning won. Uri Jav Ha7ard in Erip Sold proposition. ' Ton are l l LT. wL w,1 hv thorourtlr mtiHfied it i helpin, you be- t Mr. and .Mrs. Willis Wood have fore the ,1:(1i,nre in ,. Kothint to do ilocd here from Moline, 111., but wear it. No trouble or rxornm. and Jwhere Mr. Wood has beeuemploy- " mt wonderrtii fact aboot the pp I . ..... , " I ance m that it is sold m reasonable that I vu xor Hffvvrai yruia, nuu are uuw ..living in the Raney cottage on Al- WILL RADIUM AT LAST OPEN THE MS OF . THE GREAT UNKNOWN? If you are sick and want to Ot WcL and Kwp Well, write for literatore tba tells How and Why this almont unknowa and wonderful new element brings relief lo eo aoany sufferers from Rheumatism. Sriatira, Uout. Neuritis. Neuraliia, Nerr ous Prostration, Hith Blood Pressure and diwiwes of the Stomach, Heart. Lunrs. Liver, Kidneys and other ailments. You wear Deirnen's Radio-Actire Solar Pad day and night, receivinr the Radio-Active Rays continuously into your system, causing a healtby circulation, overcomine sluesish , bany street, Everett Hill, who is employed In it Is within the reach of all, both rich and poor. No matter, how bad your ailment, or how lone stanilinr, we will be pleased to inv vnu lev 11 a! mir risk. For full in- thr) BleltZ meat market, is enjoying I formation write today not tomorrow. S few weeks' vacation trip to dit-Ka.lium Appliance Co. 10S Bradbury 'ferent places in Michigan. His 1 t"dt" u" Antel Caui-(dT.) , , :niolher, Mrs. Carl Stafford, accora-! ' panied him there. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Reieenbifrler announce the birth of a son laat f Sunday. ' 1 - ' Morris James and Harold Wheel- ock have gone to Galesburg to en ( tcr Knox college as Btudents. Both young men are graduates of the ' Erie high school. ' prte relatives have received ..word tlat C. E. Pratt of Lewis- ti4,' Moht.,' is at the Mayo BrOs. ho3- pitjil in Rochester, Minn., and Is in , serious condition.' He and his ifam'Iy were former residents of SULPHUR CLEARS Face, ck and Arms Easily Hade Smooth, Says Specialist. 'Any breaking out of the skin, even fiery, itching eczema can be miic-klv overcome bv BDDlvinsi a lit unw vmiutty, moving iu muuuxuUe Mentho-Sulphur, declares u no- i tori In anAcialtar Ttpcnimp nf its county I orprm rlpctrnvinir nronerties. this ( Sunday srhool convention will beisuIplur prepartion begins at once several years agJ. r- The annual Whiteside held in Erie next week, commenc- j Inn Wednes1ay morning and clos , i liif? Thursdi. evening. : HEADACHE II RELIEVED QUtXLY NO DOf E-NO ACETANILIDE TRY IT AND BE COMFORTABLE UAPUDIKE Cia IT'S LIQUID - OUICK EFFECT to soothe irritated skin and heal eruptions such as rash, pimples and ring worm. It seldom fails to remove the tor ment and disfigurement, and yon do not have to wait for relief from embarrassment. Improvement ouickly shows. Sufferers from skin trouble should obtain a smal Jar of Mentho-Sulphur from any good druggist' and use it like cold cream, (Adv.) How Much Tobacco Will My . Heart Stand A Question Vital to Every Man Who Smokes or Chews IT MAV COST A PRKCIOIS MFC TO UMI OIT HY fcXrCKIMENT. Tie heart of erary user of tobaeco ; bears a double burden. It does Its allot-j ted tacit aud then fithu nicotine for suitrptna.-y. Aslloni s the heart wuis be . lives: when it lodes he dies, but before the final vietory of nicotine you pass ; through many slaires of decline and det-ay 1 sutler many panes. Uearta are lilie : I. nrt.,, s.oie am etrongvr than others, therefore some hearts will stand r .uu.xtf luiiii ouiers. but toere im a : luiitl to hat any heart cau stand. The H14.1 who puts ttn SAidittonai strain on his van a ooien l.nni a day. Iy smoHinc : ' eleireuee. 4 piiw or cigar or mhewiutf, t"ht is l.iknir ' a nudnw ) cham. i h health and H' ta lose aud notluuc . to win but lhe ehance that be may not lose them, lie t indulffun in a eostly ! nwt at lhe eanense of ureeious nesuiK. Aet'-any .Invior anywhere, and he wtU I lell W.ll lh:,t l..n .nhu.vl ia in.lieillUS and i last it in far belter to auit tho habit than I to eiriment tn hud how much tobaoro I "ur heart wilt stand without aeriouaj n..iu . ; 1 . I n..lla. Plewaiit to most men even lo those who aai.w ihal tobatToo injulws them and to f r'1 suit takesy mure wUl noww Mian, I Jb"l bsvs and causes more sufferint than i weje t-an nluntmjr endure. To nuit the aba, auks ii taay ' tor yeuMolt by fet- tuic Nicotol tablets and taking them as direvted. The habit really quits you and its departure is a pleasure equal to its indulfence. : If you want to know how much earner it is to ouit the habit with Icotol than without it. mi tweuty-fuur hours without tobacco and note what an effort it costs you. then begin using it as usual and take icotol tablets At the end of week discontinue smoking or chewing for a day and it is probable you will have no Ueure to resume At least your de sire will be greatly diminished and an other week or two should make it not on.y posHtble, but a pleasure, to quit. Note Dr. Connor, formerly of John Hot. kins HosdiUI. under whose adrice Nn-ol.il has olten been used, said when this statement was shown to him' "I hare known Nicotul to conquer the tobacco habit in less than ten days' time and I can therefore recommend it highly." When the doctor s sta ement was anown to one. of our leading druggists, he said: Mco- tol is truly a wonderful remedy lor the tobacco habit, way ahead of anything we have erer sold before We are author ised by the manufacturer to refund the money lo every diasatisaed customer and we would not permit the use of our name merit." N icotol te sold in Ibis dty under an iron-clad money-back guarantee by all up-to-date druggists, inouaing joau ocng- ston. , , VL AKERICA'S KZ'JZ SHCE POUSM H AMERICA'S KZ'JZ SHCE POLISH dPr.eri.7v IY1UQBS BWwfiw wr itTrrrnuvul'u'll'sfrrriTTii of Shoes Quick tmdEasy IN ROCK ISLAND ITS YOUNG AND ZIcCOMBSuTHE BIG STORE i :-' ' - ' i. - - '7 - -::. .' UMDESWER PRICES : HAE BEEN LOWERED P'ebll'Giicsr .ssrrrrrnmiTiOs. .sfJnTTrrillN. 'm f -se . sjel 1 MM L.JTS, in UU11 N X XalTlUitsiU MK x w I t fl 7 i ii .1 ONE-FIFTH LESS THAN FORMERLY WOMEN'S, MISSES', BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S UNION SUITS AND SEPARATE GARMENTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Young and McCombs' Light Weight Underwear less 20 WOMEN'S MERCERIZED LISLE UN IONSUITS, all sizes, all styles, were $2.50now ...$2.00 WOMEN'S FINE LISLE , UNIONSUITS, all sizes and styles, were . . $2.00 now. . . $ 1 .60 WOMEN'S FINE COTTON UNIONSUITS, flesh or white, all styles, were $1.25 now .. .$1.00 COTTON RIBBED BLOOMERS, flesh color, all sizes, were . $1.25 now . . .$1.00 COTTON GAUZE VESTS, flesh or white, all styles, were .50 now ... .40 MERCERIZED LISLE VESTS, all sizes, all styles, were $1.00 now . . . .80 ATHLETIC UNIONSUITS, flesh colored nainsook, were $1.65 now .. .$1.32 VESTS AND PANTS, all sizes, all styles, were .... 89 now . . . .71 CHILDREN'S LISLE UNIONSUITS, all sizes, all styles, were . $1.25 now .. .$1.00 BOYS' COTTON UNIONSUITS, ecru or white, all sizes, were .75 now . . . .60 CHILDREN'S ATHLETIC UNIONSUITS, white only, all sizes, were $ 1 .50 now ... $ 1 .20 CHILDREN'S COTTON CESTS AND PANTS, all sizes, all styles, were .50now... .40 GIRLS' COTTON GAUZE VESTS, all sizes, were . .IV . . . .v. .......... .25 now ... .20 it . il WOMEN'S WOMEN'S WOMEN'S WOMEN'S WOMEN'S f'p'' Young and McCombs Fall and Winter Underwear 20 Discount WOMEN'S SILK AND WOOL UNIONSUITS, all styles, all sizes, were $6.50 now ... $5.20 WOMEN'S LISLE AND WOOL UNIONSUITS, allstyles, all sizes, were $4.50 now .. .$3.60 ii WOMEN'S COTTON AND WOOL UNIONSUITS, all styles, all sizes, were $3.50 now .. .$2.80 WOMEN'S HEAVY FLEECED UNIONSUITS, all styles, all sizes, were $2.75 now . . $2.20 WOMEN'S MEDIUM WEIGHT COTTON SUITS, all styles, all sizes, were .' $2.50 now . . . $2.00 ? WOMEN'S WOOL VESTS AND PANTS, grey and white, all sizes, were $3.50 now . . . $2.80 WOMEN'S PART WOOL VESTS ANP PANTS, grey or white, were $2.75now ...$2.20 WOMEN'S HEAVY FLEECED VESTS AND PANTS, all sizes, were $2.50 now ... $2.00 WOMEN'S MEDIUM WEIGHT COTTON VESTS AND PANTS, were $2.25 now ... $ 1 .80 CHILDREN'S WOOL UNIONSUITS, grey or white, all sizes, were $2.50 to $4.00 now, less 20 CHILDREN'S PART WOOL UNIONSUITS, grey or white, were $2.00 to $3.50 now, less 20 CHILDREN'S HEAVY FLEECED UNIONSUITS, ecru or white, were $1.75 to $2.75 now, less 20 CHILDREN'S WOOL VESTS AND PANTS, all sizes, were : $1.25 to $2.50 now, less 20 CHILDREN'S HEAVY, FLEECED VESTS AND PANTS, all sizes, were . . . : 75 to $ 1 .75 now, less 20 RUBBERS AND RUBBER FOOTWEAR Reduced in price 20 . ' V EVEY PAIR OF SHOES in the house has been reduced in price 25 i -m.m m -v mmmt mm mmw rim . VAOTmffil I J i-Vi' sn?JVTVr C7I l 1 1 e-w. -S D3BSTT E)R?E8. ir ALUMINUM UTENSILS All makes have been reduced in price 15 WITH THE END OF THE MONTH COMES IJHe Our Close off 9c Sale omorrow Sunday SEPTEMBER, 1920 Friday Saturday NINE-DAY ININE-CENT SALE Your Last Opportunity to Take Advantage of Jhe Saving Chances That This Sale Affords. PROGRESS wm n n ' . 1 etActc i 5r mj C-i ..IS. sAlways -Ess 1D$ tor CointenientxA f ) sill a B J m.itSir"i